Kissing blues  

raring2go4luv 39M
5 posts
2/24/2006 9:15 am

Last Read:
3/5/2006 9:27 pm

Kissing blues

Kissing is a delicate art and must be taken slowly with a new partner. A good kisser knows how to pace himself, has an active imagination, and understands what their partner likes or may not expect, but will enjoy.

When kissing, remember the following:

never slobber, don't stare, try not to belch, always pay attention with your non-visual senses (touch, hearing, ESP, etc.), and there is no such thing as too slow.

If you are unhappy with a kiss then chances are your partner is going to feel the same way. The best thing you can do is relax, and not just in your body, but your face, lips, neck, everywhere. Be relaxed and confident with how you kiss.

Let go with the flow of the moment and savour every second of it.

While you are kissing, remember to use your hands, nose, and breath to entice your partner's senses. Everyone enjoys being touched and caressed while being kissed.

Use your hands to gently caress the cheek, the jawbone, the back, arms, and collarbone. A gentle exhalation of air, that does not smell foul, can provide your partner with extremely light, warm feelings on their face, mouth, and neck that can be quite arousing.

Never "attack" someone when you kiss him or her, unless they like that sort of thing, and most people don't. Treat their lips like you would a dangerous creature. Move in slow and prepare for the kiss. Initial contact should be lips only, firm and yet gentle.

React to how your partner is kissing. If they speed up, speed up with them. If they slow down, follow suit. Try to synchronize your actions with one another and always pay attention to their body language.

Become a member to create a blog